Bachelors’/ Masters’ in Psychology, Social Work, Special Education.
- Ability to accept and implement feedback and constructive criticism
- Experience in ABA and/or working with students’ with special needs preferred
- Ability to maintain a professional relationship with clients, and all individuals related to and involving clients
- Ability to carry out specific programs in supervised, and unsupervised work environments.
MASLP or BASLP Fresher or with experience
- Create a comprehensive client-centered plan of care using standardized and non-standardized evaluation methods
- Use evidence from research and relevant resources to make informed intervention decisions
- Work with clients 1:1 using client-centered, speech and language based treatment approaches that motivate and challenge the client to achieve established goals that support targeted outcomes
- Collects data on a regular basis and makes decisions based on empirical data.
- Works with the team in a cohesive manner prioritizing student’s development above everything else.
- Modify activities or treatment methods as needed based on client needs to maximize success and engagement
- Communicate clearly and effectively with clients, caregivers, families, colleagues, other providers (ABA, OT, etc.) to ensure a cohesive, and wholistic approach to therapy
- Collaborate with parents to maximize carryover by developing and helping them to maintain an effective, achievable home program
- Complete evaluations and daily notes on time after each session
- Conduct a minimum of six, 45 minute sessions in a given day.
- Report to work at least 8 hours a day, 5 days a week.
- Cover for missed sessions on weekends if required.
- Conduct/ be part of parent meetings to update about ST goals.
- Lead and conduct ST trainings for the staff in the center.
- Train specific teams as per the child’s programs for the quarter/year.